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Oak Hill heads to playoffs

October 28, 2013

DTL staff

The Oak Hill Raiders (5-5; 2-3 District 2-AA) ended its regular season on a low note with a loss to the Leake Academy Rebels (7-3; 5-0 District 2-AA) 35-0 Friday night on the campus of Oak Hill Academy in West Point on senior night.

Oak Hill hosts Leake Academy

October 25, 2013

By Will Nations
sports@dailytimesleader.com

The Oak Hill Raiders (5-4; 2-2 District 2-AA) are wrapping up the regular season against Leake Academy in the last district game at 7 p.m. tonight on the campus of Oak Hill Academy in West Point.
Following a tough 49-14 loss to district opponent Canton Academy on the road, the Raiders are hoping to rebound with a more competitive contest with the Leake Rebels at home.

Playing for the playoffs

October 25, 2013

By Will Nations
sports@dailytimesleader.com

West Point has trailed at halftime three times during the first four district contests. When losing at halftime, the Green Wave has faced a combined deficit of 64-14 and has lost two of the three games.
That luck changed against Lake Cormorant in week eight as West Point used a major comeback to clinch its second district win, 24-21, after falling behind in the first two quarters, 21-0.

Indianola defeats Hebron Christian

October 23, 2013

DTL staff

WINONA — The Indianola Lady Colonels (1-0 preseason) defeated Hebron Christian 60-24 in a MAIS sanctioned preseason contest Monday on the campus of Winona Christian School.
“We didn’t play well at all,” Hebron Head Coach Bruce Franks said. “We didn’t shoot well and we turned the ball over too much. Indianola was a really good team to start as the first game. We are going to have to learn to set tempo and make less turnovers to get to where we need to be this season.”

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Lady Eagle basketball starts on hardwood

October 22, 2013

DTL Staff

WINONA – The Hebron Christian Lady Eagles started the 2013-14 basketball season against Winona Christian and Indianola Academy Monday on the campus of Winona Christian School.

DTL football wrap up

October 22, 2013

BY WILL NATIONS
sports@dailytimesleader.com

Lafayette Wales rushed for 238 yards and five touchdowns in Canton Academy’s second district win over Oak Hill, 49-14, in a MAIS District 2-AA contest in Canton.
Wales averaged nine yards per carry as the Panther offense rushed for 391 yards on the ground. Senior Kraft McLean rushed 11 times for 98 yards and scored the two other Canton rushing touchdowns.
Canton (6-3; 2-2 District 2-AA) led Oak Hill by halftime, 28-6. The Panthers did not slow down in the second-half scoring 21 points en route to a 49-14 win.

Wales, Canton Academy beat Oak Hill

October 21, 2013

DTL Staff

CANTON – Canton Academy's Lafayette Wales was a man on a mission.
The senior running back rushed for 238 yards on 24 carries and tallied five touchdowns as the Canton Panthers (6-3; 2-2 District 2-AA) shellacked Oak Hill 49-14 in a MAIS District 2-AA game on the campus of Canton Academy.
Averaging nine yards a carry, Wales was a nuisance for the Oak Hill defense that last week held a highly ranked Indianola Academy rushing attack in check. Canton gained 391 yards on the ground in total.

Hebron Christian breaks down Central Academy

October 21, 2013

MACON — Hebron Christian senior Justin Gordon returned the opening kick off 95 yards to open the scoring flood gates for a strong district rout.
The Hebron Eagles (5-3; 3-0 District 7-A) secured their third shut out of the 2013 season and their highest point total against Central Academy with a 50-0 victory in a MAIS District 7-A eight-man contest Friday on the campus of Central Academy in Macon.

Green Wave owns second half

October 21, 2013

By Will Nations
sports@dailytimesleader.com

West Point junior place kicker Omar Lemus only needed one chance to successfully convert a field goal.
In his first high school career field goal attempt, Lemus was perfect from the right hash line as he booted a strong, high 25-yard field goal with 7:52 left in the game to cap a West Point 24-point second-half rally as the Green Wave celebrated its second consecutive District 1-5A win over Lake Cormorant, 24-21, at Hamblin Stadium in West Point.

West Point uses two signal callers

October 17, 2013

By Will Nations
sports@dailytimesleader.com

When Dason Thomas moved from Starkville to West Point and began attending the West Point Junior High School in the seventh-grade, Josh Ewing honestly was not the biggest fan.
“In the seventh-grade, it was kind of rocky,” West Point junior quarterback Ewing said. “He was from Starkville and I am from West Point, you know how the rivalry typically goes.”

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